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Matthew Perry returns in a comedy about tragedy. Ryan King is a popular sportscaster dealing with the loss of his wife. Actually, he's not dealing with it, which is why his boss forces him to join a therapy group devoted to "life changes." Reluctance leads to revelation when Ryan realizes he may be able to help the people in the group almost as much as they can help him.
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I love this show and the characters. I'm not just thinking of Matthew Perry and his character, but the whole lot of them. There was something quite charming, quirky or lovable about all the characters, which was something I found refreshing, as there is usually always a character you don't like. I also liked the dynamic between the characters. Well, let's just be honest... I liked everything about the show.

I love this show and the characters. I'm not just thinking of Matthew Perry and his character, but the whole lot of them. There was something quite charming, quirky or lovable about all the characters, which was something I found refreshing, as there is usually always a character you don't like. I also liked the dynamic between the characters. Well, let's just be honest... I liked everything about the show.